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Old 04-06-2019, 12:10 PM
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Default Colgan's Chips Tins

Curious as to whether anyone has been able to determine which Colgan's Chips containers/tins came with the three different Colgan's Chips sets.

I know I have seen a variety of different tins over the years.

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I have these 2, but I don't really know anything about them. Here is a prior thread with a little info...

www.net54baseball.com/showthread.php?p=760456
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Old 04-06-2019, 06:41 PM
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Default Speaking of E254s

I also noticed that Syd Smith has two variations in the E254 set.

One for Atlanta and one for Buffalo. As far as I can determine, he never played for Buffalo, however, Heinie Smith was on the team. Guessing another case of wrong Smith picked.


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Nice Tin. Maybe Chris A. will chime in as he has almost a master set of the cards. This container and cards can probably help answer one of the questions. It came from outside of the hobby (and shown many times).



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Curious as to whether anyone has been able to determine which Colgan's Chips containers/tins came with the three different Colgan's Chips sets.

I know I have seen a variety of different tins over the years.

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I have shown mine before it does not show the 1906 food and drug act information on it so I think it predates the card set.
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I tend to agree. And I have seen many folks think the 1906 Act, on a multitude of items, think it is the mfg date which it generally isn't.

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